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Professor Geoffrey Dickens


Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Geoffrey Dickens

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  • Medical and surgical nurses' experiences of modifying and implementing contextually suitable Safewards interventions into medical and surgical hospital wards, Luck, L., Kaczorowski, K., White, M., Dickens, G., McDermid, F. 27 Feb 2024, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing
  • Mental Health Nurses' and Allied Health Professionals' Individual Research Capacity and Organizational Research Culture: A comparative study, Dickens, G., Avantaggiato-Quinn, M., Long, S., Schoultz, M., Clibbens, N. 13 May 2024, In: SAGE Open Nursing
  • Mental health nurses' attribute compromised inpatient care quality chiefly to understaffing, Dickens, G. 12 Jan 2024, In: Evidence-Based Nursing
  • Mental health nurses may require ongoing learning and training in physical healthcare throughout their career, Dickens, G. 29 Mar 2024, In: Evidence-based nursing
  • Nurses' experiences when conducting the mental state examination (MSE): A scoping review, Volcevska, S., Luck, L., Elmir, R., Dickens, G., Murphy, G. 1 Apr 2024, In: International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
  • Psychosocial care delivery in intensive home treatment during a mental health crisis: a qualitative thematic analysis, Clibbens, N., Close, A., Poxton, J., Davies, C., Geary, L., Dickens, G. 10 Jul 2024, In: International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
  • Stress, anxiety, depression and sleep disturbance among healthcare professional during the COVID-19 pandemic: An umbrella review of 72 meta-analyses, Al Maqbali, M., Alsayed, A., Hughes, C., Hacker, E., Dickens, G. 9 May 2024, In: PLoS One
  • A Systematic Review of Violence Risk Assessment Tools Currently Used in Emergency Care Settings, Sammut, D., Hallett, N., Lees-Deutsch, L., Dickens, G. 1 May 2023, In: Journal of Emergency Nursing
  • Fear, stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia related to COVID-19 among undergraduate nursing students: An international survey, Al Maqbali, M., Madkhali, N., Gleason, A., Dickens, G. 5 Oct 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Mental health nurses' attitudes towards risk assessment: An integrative systematic review, Dickens, G., Al Maqbali, M., Hallett, N., Ion, R., Schoultz, M., Watson, F. 1 Dec 2023, In: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

  • Sarah Humphrey Mood-Monitoring and Motherhood (MMaM): A mixed methods study developing a tool for self-monitoring mood and selfcare activities to support maternal mental health. Start Date: 22/12/2023
  • Sarah Bisp Working title; A Mixed Methods Multiple Stakeholder Exploration of Personal Health Budgets in Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Services (CYPMHS). Start Date: 01/10/2023

  • Journalism MA September 20 2020
  • Nursing PGCert January 20 2020
  • Nursing PhD February 15 2012
  • Psychology BSc (Hons) July 01 1998
  • Registered Mental Nurse RMN 1990

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